Factory Space Theatre Company present a dramatic version of June Wright's "The Devil's Caress," adapted for the stage by Wendy Lewis, with 8 performances from Saturday 24 March through Saturday 14 April. Star of the Sea Theatre is located near the northern end of Manly Beach at Queenscliff, on the corner of Collingwood St and Iluka Ave. Parking is available at the northern end of the beach or in the surrounding streets. More details at http://www.factoryspace.org/
with a rave review . . .
link is here: http://ondemand.rrr.org.au/player/32/201611102000
(interview starts at 1:09:25)
Following the book, film and CD, get ready for the stage show. Starring a rotating cast of Buried Country’s featured artists performing a selection of its greatest hits, the world premiere will take place at the Playhouse in Newcastle on August 20, 2106, to be followed by two nights at the Melbourne Festival in October, with more dates planned for 2017. For details, check out the standalone site, buriedcountry.com.au.
Buried Country 1.5, the newly assembled double CD of Australian Aboriginal country music, old and new, was released this month and is currently record of the week at Melbourne's Triple R 102.7FM. It's an essential companion to the new edition of the book. Check out Noel Mengel's 4.5-star review in the Brisbane Courier-Mail. You can buy the 2CD set here, and the digital version here
If you’re in Sydney, come and celebrate the new edition of Clinton Walker’s Buried Country, featuring a live set by the legendary Roger Knox, backed by Toby Martin and Jason Walker. Monday April 27th at the Midnight Special, 44 Enmore Road, starting at 6.30 p.m.
Interview starts at 36:00, and is interspersed with Aboriginal country classics
It's at the State Library of New South Wales in Sydney. http://www.sl.nsw.gov.au/events/exhibitions/2015/pulp_confidential/index.html
There's also an amazing guide to the exhibit you can download as a PDF: http://www.sl.nsw.gov.au/events/exhibitions/2015/pulp_confidential/docs/slnsw_pulp_guide.pdf